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Margot was first photographed on the set of I, Tonya this past Friday (January 13) in Atlanta, Georgia. In the photos we get to see our favorite Aussie as Tonya Harding and i don’t know about you guys but we’re super excited!!

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Margot attended last night Marie Claire’s Image Maker Awards where she presented Icon Award winner Pati Dubroff, her makeup artist. Photos from the event have been added to our gallery.

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Hello Margot fans! We bring you a very exclusive gift… Additional outtakes from the gorgeous photo session Margot did for V magazine back in 2013! We ask you to please do not remove the tag.

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Margot was photographed on Monday (January 2) training for her upcoming project– I, Tonya, a biopic on ice skater Tonya Harding. You can view all the photos in our gallery!

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Hello Margot fans! The Hollywood Reporter has just announced that Margot will be one of the presenters at Image Maker Awards! She will be presenting Icon Award winner Pati Dubroff, who is her makeup artist. The award ceremony is scheduled for January 10th, in Los Angeles!

It’s the thick of awards season in Hollywood, and Marie Claire is getting in on the action.

The magazine has selected its roster of honorees for the second annual Image Maker Awards, an event that puts the spotlight on the creative artists who work behind the scenes in crafting beauty and fashion looks for some of the town’s biggest names. The invite-only affair is scheduled for Jan. 10 in Los Angeles and is presented by L’Oreal Paris in partnership with AG Jeans.

In total, eight awards will be handed out that night. The Image Maker honorees include Icon Award winner Chris McMillan (hairstylist), presented by longtime client and close friend Jennifer Aniston; Icon Award winner Pati Dubroff (makeup artist), presented by client Margot Robbie; Icon Award winner Olivier Rousteing (fashion designer) of Balmain; Choice Stylist winner Cristina Ehrlich (fashion stylist); New Guard winner Daniel Martin (makeup artist), presented by client Jessica Alba; Detail Maker winner Kari Hill (hair colorist), presented by client Lisa Kudrow; Dream Team winners Mark Townsend and Kate Lee (hair and makeup artists), presented by client Elizabeth Olsen; and New Guard Stylist winner Maeve Reilly (fashion stylist), presented by client Janelle Monae.

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Hello Margot fans! Our first post of the year is a review of Margot’s career in 2016 inspired by my friends Gabby from jaredleto.net and Luciana from amyadamsfan.com.

2016 has been quite busy for Margot with the theatrical release of Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, The Legend of Tarzan and Suicide Squad. She also promoted Calvin Klein’s new frangrance Deep Euphoria, filmed Terminal, Larrikins, Goodbye Christopher Robin and begun training for I, Tonya.

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Fantastic news, Margot fans! News about the Harley Quinn spin-off movie have been released and looks like it’s going to be an All-Female DC Villains movie!!! The statement was released by The Hollywood Reporter, and while we don’t have the confirmation about what other villains will be joining Harley  there’s a high possibility we’ll see Poison Ivy and Catwoman in the big screen! You can read all about it bellow.

David Ayer is back in the business of DC comics villains.

The filmmaker, who directed Warner Bros.’ all-bad guy comic book movie Suicide Squad, is reuniting with that film’s star, Margot Robbie, for Gotham City Sirens, a feature project that will showcase the top female villains from the DC stable, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Ayer will direct and produce the project with Robbie reprising her role as Harley Quinn, the part-time girlfriend of the Joker who is currently DC’s most popular female character. Robbie is also executive producing.

Sirens was a recent comic series from DC that focused on the popular villainesses from Batman’s rogue gallery. Among them were Quinn, Catwoman, Batman’s sometime love interest, and Poison Ivy, who uses plants and their toxins to get what she wants.

Geneva Robertson-Dworet, a top female writer in the action sphere who has also penned scripts for the Tomb Raider remake and Warners’ own Sherlock Holmes 3, is writing the screenplay.

The heads of DC’s film arm, Geoff Johns and Jon Berg, will also be involved in a producorial role.

Suicide Squad was a tough production and the movie underwent some reshoots but it all turned out fine for all parties involved as the movie grossed over $745.6 million global. It is now the 13th highest-grossing superhero release of all-time domestically and has surpassed the international box office of Deadpool, a movie to which it was often compared to in terms of tone.

The studio is still developing a Squad sequel as well as looking into a spin-off featuring Deadshot, the assassin character played by Will Smith. But this project was the most furthest along, and with Robbie’s Quinn having received near universal praise from Squad, this was the most natural project for Ayer with which to make his Warners return. The filmmaker is currently nearing the end of principal photography for Bright, his fantasy thriller for Netflix that stars Will Smith and Joel Edgerton.

Warner doesn’t have a release date for Sirens but the project is now on the fast-track.

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Hello Margot fans! We have two great news to share with you! As you know, Critics Choice Awards happened yesterday in which Margot won the award for Best Actress in an Action Movie for her role in Suicide Squad. Our favorite Aussie did not attend the ceremony as she’s currently preparing herself for her upcoming role– Tonya Harding. Speaking of, Deadline has released exclusive information that Miramax has acquired U.S distribution rights to I, Tonya!

Miramax has acquired U.S. distribution rights to I, Tonya, the drama that has Margot Robbie set to play disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding. Craig Gillespie is directing. Deadline first revealed in May that Robbie would play Harding, and the project picked up steam around AFM, when AI Film signed on to finance the Steven Rogers script. The Aussie actress might have to brush up on her figure skating moves, but there is a portion of the program here she proved adept at as the bad girl in Suicide Squad. Harding emerged from a poor upbringing and rough childhood in Portland, OR to rise to the top of the sport of figure skating with determination and athleticism that allowed her to become the first American woman to complete the triple axel in major competitions. She won the 1991 U.S. Figure Skating Championships and second in the World Championships, and was set for a showdown against fellow American skater Nancy Kerrigan. The fairy tale turned nightmarish, after Kerrigan was attacked by thugs who tried to break her leg. It turned out the culprit was Harding’s husband, who implicated his wife as he tried to stay out of jail. Kerrigan wound up winning the silver medal at that Olympics, and the completely distracted Harding finished eighth as her life was circling the drain. As the ensuing scandal unfolded, the USFSA stripped Harding of her 1994 championship and banned her for life.

Clubhouse Pictures’ Bryan Unkeless, LuckyChap’s Robbie and Tom Ackerly, and Rogers are producing, while AI’s Len Blavatnik and Aviv Giladi are exec producers. UTA Independent Film Group and CAA brokered the deal. Miramax head of film &TV Zanne Devine spearheaded it for the distributor and Rosanne Korenberg is overseeing the film for Miramax.

Miramax confirmed. Said Robbie: “The script is unbelievable, it’s unlike anything I’ve read before and I know Craig’s approach with the material and the characters will be executed brilliantly. Tom and I at LuckyChap are so grateful to partner with Bryan for what will hopefully be the first of many jobs together.”

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Margot sat down with Harpers Bazaar hours before her appearance at the Gotham Film Awards to speak about favorite looks, beauty, fitness and her upcoming role as Tonya Harding in I, Tonya. The magazine has released on their website the interview, which you can read bellow!

Coming off the success of Suicide Squad, Margot Robbie is gearing up for her next big role as the infamous figure skater Tonya Harding in the biopic I, Tonya. But first, she has to learn how to shred some serious ice. We caught up with the Australian actress and face of Calvin Klein’s Deep Euphoria scent to discuss all things beauty and fitness just a few hours before she presented at the 2016 Gotham Film Awards.

HB: What has been your favorite red carpet beauty look so far?

MR: The Suicide Squad premiere in New York. I wore the McQueen unicorn dress and had the dark lip. That was by far my favorite.

HB: It was such a departure for you.

MR: Yeah, yeah, yeah. I always dress kind of monochromatic and very simple and all that kind of stuff. I saw that dress and I was like, it has a goddamn unicorn on it. I have to wear it. It’s the dopest thing I’ve ever seen.

HB: When you’re not with your glam squad, is there anything you’re good at doing yourself?

MR: I feel like I’m pretty good at doing my own makeup. I’ve watched a lot of people do my makeup, so I’ve been able to gauge what looks good and what doesn’t. I can do my makeup with three products and that’s done.

HB: What about your hair?

MR: I’ve got really shit hair so it’s kind of hard to do my hair well. I really need a hairstylist to do my hair if it’s going to look good. I have like three hairs left on my head. A hairstylist will come in and put all this fake hair in and it looks luscious and amazing. And I’m like, god, I feel a thousand times better. People are always like, ‘How do you have such healthy hair?’ I’m like, I don’t. My hair is snapped off, it’s shit, it’s gone, but hairstylists have suitcases full of fake hair and they make it look amazing.

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Margot and many other familiar faces have recently team up with Oxfam for a new project, titled “I Hear You” which aims to share stories from refugees. Vanity Fair has released six videos, and we bring you two of them that feature Margot. “Mostly, I miss my best friend; we were like sisters. We would talk on the phone for hours when we weren’t at school together. I don’t know where she is now.” are some of the words Margot narrates.

These are the words of a young woman fleeing danger. Margot Robbie speaks them in hopes you might hear her. Text “IHEARYOU” to 97779 to help.

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